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Old 08-06-2004, 05:42 PM   #1
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Nori question

I called an Asian store in my area and they have "raosted" nori seaweed. is this what I need to feed my regal? I asked what the ingredients were and the package says seaweed...I assume this is what Im looking for to feed???
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Thats the stuff.
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Yep...I get mine at Meijers for less than half the price of the local fish store.
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Cool...thanks guys!!
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This is what I feed.

http://rawhealth.net/seaweeds.shtml

This is also the website I get it from.
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Old 08-07-2004, 11:19 AM   #6
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Is Nori any better than the Two Little Fishies, or is it just cheaper? I'm feeding my tangs the Red Seaweed right now, but was planning on looking for some Nori locally.
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Old 08-07-2004, 06:23 PM   #7
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IMO its equivlent and thus since its cheaper its better.
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I have another question as well while we are on the subject. I tear off a peice about 1.5 x 1.5 and soak it in all of the vitamins and such. Then after it dries, I put it in the clip and into the tank. HOWEVER, can someone tell me how you get this stuff from just being a cloud in your tank? What I mean is my fish will pull and tug at this stuff on the clip and thus it breaks off into small peices and floats all over the tank. I have tried folding the peices, rolling, etc and have not found a good way to keep it from just ending up floating in peices in the tank. Got to be a better way.
Also, I paid $2.79 for the 12" x 12" sheets and there are 10 to a package. Not to bad I think....
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I roll mine up real tight. I only let about 3/4 inch stick out. Once they get it down to the clip, I take it out. You waste a bit of it, but at the cost of the stuff, it no big deal.

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I tear a 8X11" sheet in half. I then fold the half shee into 4ths. I then clip this into the clip and place in the tank. The nori is usually eaten before it breaks up to much. Of course I dont soak mine though.
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